|Homeland Security Police Investigate Suspicious Photography in Downtown Seattle - Phil Mocek|
On Friday, March 22, 2013, at 9:10 a.m., on 1st Avenue between Columbia Street and Cherry Street in downtown Seattle, Washington, a white SUV, United States Government license G18 0770H, marked Federal "Protective Service POLICE" and "U.S. Department of Homeland Security," parked facing southward in the outer northbound lane of 1st Avenue, with emergency lights flashing. A uniformed police officer who identified himself as R...
Keywords: seattle; federal; police; department of homeland security; dhs; federal protective service; seattle police department; photography; suspicious activity; downtown; government vehicles
|Federal Protective Service officer harasses man on sidewalk - Phil Mocek|
A Federal Protective Service (law enforcement agency of United States Department of Homeland Security) police officer and a private security guard from Paragon Systems approach and harass a man walking on a public sidewalk in downtown Seattle. See also: "Man: Agent Seized Camera at Federal Building," by Gene Johnson, Associated Press, July 25, 2013 General Offense Report 2013-263208 video: Seattle police refuse to take report of robbery video: Homeland Security Police Investigate Suspicious Phot...
Keywords: department of homeland security; dhs; downtown; federal; department of homeland security; dhs; federal protective service; harassment; police; seattle
|General Offense Report 2013-263208 - Seattle Police Department|
General Offense Report 2013-263208 by Dale H. Davenport #6902 of Seattle Police Department (redacted)
Keywords: seattle; police; seattle police department; federal protective service; fps; bureau of alcohol tobacco and firearms; atf; robbery; federal building; search; seizure
|Seattle police refuse to take report of robbery - Phil Mocek|
Seattle Police Department officers James F. Bulawa #6809 and Dale H. Davenport #6902 refuse to take report of robbery committed by a man (first visible in the video at 00:00:01 wearing blue jeans and gray tee shirt) who eventually identified himself as an employee of the United States Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms. Incident occurred near intersection of Marion Street and 1st Avenue in downtown Seattle around 9:00 a.m...
Keywords: seattle; police; seattle police department; department of homeland security; dhs; federal protective service; fps; bureau of alcohol tobacco and firearms; atf; photography; federal building; search; seizure